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One of the niceses PowerShell 3.0 new features: Simpler Where Filter Syntax

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/03/04

You can check out which PowerShell you have by executing the $Host.Version or $PSVersionTable.PSVersion on a line. You can even switch versions by applying the PowerShell -version switch on the command-line and they will both change.

One of the great features of the new PowerShell 3.0 features (besides New and Improved PowerShell 3.0 Cmdlets) is a simplified Where Filter Syntax.

So: this is how I get the PowerShell version information the easy way from a command prompt:

PowerShell $PSVersionTable.PSVersion

–jeroen

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